The cyclone Mocha entered Myanmar, crossing the coasts of Bangladesh at 6:00 pm on Sunday, and turned into a deep depression, said the country's meteorological department in their latest bulletin.  

As the cyclone weakened, the signal numbers have been lowered across the port cities.  

The bulletin reads the very severe cyclonic storm 'Mocha' moved north-northeastwards and completed crossing the coast at 6:00am today and weakened into a land deep depression near Sittwe Myanmar. It is likely to move inland further and weaken gradually by giving precipitation.

The meteorological department advised Cox’s Bazar maritime port to hoist local cautionary signal- 3 instead of great danger-10.

Besides, the maritime ports of Chattogram and Payra have been asked to hoist local cautionary signal- 3 in lieu of great danger signal- 8 while Mongla port from local warning signal-4 to local cautionary signal-3.